Want to quit today? Text "DropTheVape" to 88709 to access the teen quitline (based in NYS but open to all) Students Against Nicotine recommends and partners with the following quitting resources and programs:
INDEPTH Intervention for Nicotine Dependence Education, Prevention, Tobacco and Health (INDEPTH) developed by the American Lung Association, for teens, is described as a four session alternative to suspension that addresses teen vaping. It is an interactive program that teaches students about nicotine dependence, establishing healthy alternatives and how to kick the unhealthy addiction that got them in trouble in the first place. Instead of focusing on punitive measures, INDEPTH™ is an interactive program that teaches students about nicotine dependence, establishing healthy alternatives and how to kick the unhealthy addiction that got them in trouble in the first place. INDEPTH™ was piloted at 11 schools across the United States with 60 percent of student participants reporting that they were willing to quit using tobacco products after completing the program.
Not On Tobacco Youth Cessation Program As a natural complement to INDEPTH, schools seeking to implement teen tobacco cessation programs can sign up for our Not On Tobacco (N-O-T) program. Not On Tobacco (N-O-T) is a voluntary teen-centered cessation program inclusive in addressing all tobacco product use, including e-cigarettes. These education programs are available for any school or community to establish to help our teens make healthier choices and training is available. Learn more about American Lung Association’s Youth Cessation Program Facilitator Training at Lung.org/not.
The Stanford Medicine Prevention Toolkit the Tobacco Prevention Toolkit A six session educational resource that can be adapted to fit the individual needs of educators and students in all types of settings, including elementary, middle and high schools; community-based organizations; and health-r elated agencies. The curriculum is based on health models including the Information, Motivation, and Behavioral Skills Model (IBM). All Materials can be accessed at https://med.stanford.edu/tobaccopreventiontoolkit/about.html. Educators are encouraged to pick and choose which lessons will be most useful for their students and adapt activities to suit their needs.
Catch My Breath A youth e-cigarette and JUUL prevention program developed by the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health. The program provides up- to- date information to equip students with the skills and information they need to make informed decisions about the use of e-cigarettes including JUUL devices. There are four lessons in the 7th/8th grade version and four lessons in the 9th –12th grade version of the program. For information go to https://catchinfo.org.
Conversation Guide for Parents: The Vape Talk An awareness campaign encouraging parents to talk to their kids about vaping before it’s too late. I encourage you to watch and share the videos below, and share these new resources with your peers, partners and communities.
This is Quitting (Truth Initiative) This free quit-vaping and quit-smoking mobile program is one of the few resources available designed specifically for teens and young adults. Schools, youth-serving organizations and state and local governments have partnered with This is Quitting to customize it for their unique populations. This is Quitting has helped more than 150,000 youth and young adults on their journey to quit vaping. Learn more here: https://truthinitiative.org/thisisquitting
Students Against Nicotine's Educational Resources(see Prevention Ed & En Español pages)
Students Against Nicotine Pilot "Safe to Quit" Program Students Against Nicotine is organizing a pilot, peer-to-peer interactive "Safe to Quit" e-cigarette cessation program. If you are interested in joining our first cohort, have questions, or would like to learn more, please email our Director of Quitting and Cessation Programs Harrison Du at email@example.com